Category: Special Event
Natalie Greenfield talk to Humanists of the Palouse 5-1-16
KRFP | May 16, 2016 | 5:46 am | Audio, Special Event | No comments
  • Childhood Sexual Assualt Survivor Natalie Greenfield Speaks about the shaming she endured in the Christ Church community, letters to the judge in the case of her abuser, and generally how sexual abuse can hide in the shadows of powerful institutions such as churches.  She also says she knows of at least 6 cases of sexual abuse of incest in the Christ Church community which have not been made public.  Recorded Sunday, May 1st, 2016 at the 1912 Center in Moscow, Idaho.


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    Complete: Global Climate Activist Bill McKibben at WSU Pt. 2 – Q&A
    KRFP | May 16, 2016 | 12:24 am | Audio, Special Event | No comments

    Global Climate Activist Bill McKibben speaking at Washington State University in Pullman – Pt. 2 – Q&A


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      Complete: Global Climate Activist Bill McKibben at WSU
      KRFP | May 15, 2016 | 9:38 pm | Audio, Special Event | No comments

      Global Climate Activist Bill McKibben Spoke at Washington State University in Pullman on April 13th, 2016.  Here is McKibben’s complete talk plus Q&A.  Recorded by KRFP Citizen Journalist Helen Yost


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        Moscow Food Coop Board Meeting 4-12-16
        KRFP | April 12, 2016 | 8:52 pm | Audio, Special Event | 3 Comments
        • This is the Public Forum section of the April 12, 2016 of the Moscow Food Coop Board of Directors meeting held in the Fiske Room of the 1912 Center in Moscow, Idaho.  The issue was, as you will hear, the disqualification of Bill Beck from the Board of Directors election, where Beck was running for re-election.  Beck is maintaining he was disqualified because he spoke up about Christ Church.  The Coop Board maintains they disqualified Beck as a candidate because he started a rumor that a certain section of the local faith community had instigated a ‘no’ vote campaign against him and/or the other four candidates running for the four open seats on the 7-seat Moscow Food Coop Board.  In an interview with KRFP broadcast Monday evening and Tuesday morning, Beck says it was not a rumor, but political speech based on fact, and in any case, he did not start it.

        There was some debate at the beginning of the MFC Board meeting about whether KRFP 90.3 should be allowed to record at all, the concern being some portion played on the radio or made available on the internet could be taken out of context.  This recording was made after the Coop Board held a vote allowing KRFP to record the Public Forum section of the meeting, but not the rest of the Board meeting.  So here is the entire section that KRFP was allowed to record, starting with local attorney Tim Gresbeck.

        Portions of this recording will be incorporated in news stories on KRFP which will run on the Wed., April 13th edition of Morning Mix (7-10 am) and Evening Report 5:30 pm.  KRFP will broadcast the entire Public Comment section during a special extended vesion of the KRFP Evening Report Friday, April 15th at 5:30 pm.  Both those broadcasts can be heard on 90.3 FM or on-line via the website.  The Friday edition of the KRFP Evening Report will also contain Bill Beck’s interview with KRFP.  On Monday, KRFP reached out to Moscow Food Coop Board Chair Collette DePhelps via phone and e-mail for comment on the situation and the various Co-op rules surrounding their decision to remove Bill Beck from the Board, and had not received a reply as of Tuesday night at 8:50 pm.  DePhelps said at the Board meeting the Board will issue a written reply to the comments during the public forum, probably before the next monthly Food Coop Board meeting.  KRFP will report on that reply when it arrives.


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          3 Dead in Moscow Shootings – Police Press Conference Audio
          KRFP | January 10, 2015 | 8:21 pm | Audio, Special Event | No comments

          Audio of Press Conference with Moscow Police Chief David Duke at bottom, recorded by KRFP Citizen Journalist Al Chidester at about 6:20 pm.

          THREE PEOPLE ARE DEAD, AND A FOURTH WOUNDED IN SHOOTING INCIDENTS AT THREE LOCATIONS IN MOSCOW TODAY (SATURDAY). POLICE BELIEVE THE SHOOTER AT ALL THREE LOCATIONS WAS 29 YEAR OLD JOHN LEE.

          LEE REPORTEDLY SHOT TWO PEOPLE AT THE OFFICE OF Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance AT 303 EAST THIRD STREET IN MOSCOW ABOUT 2:30 P.M., KILLING 76 YEAR OLD DAVID TRAIL.

          MICHAEL CHIN OF SEATTLE, WHO HAPPENED TO BE IN THE OFFICE AT THE TIME ON BUSINESS, WAS INJURED IN THE SHOOTING WITH GUNSHOT WOUNDS TO AN ARM AND LEG. POLICE SAY CHIN CALLED THEM AND REPORTED THE SHOOTING AND POLICE RESPONDED TO THE SCENE, BUT THE SHOOTER FLED. THE DAILY NEWS WEBSITE REPORTS CHIN IS IN CRITICAL CONDITION AT GRITMAN MEDICAL CENTER.

          THE SHOOTER THEN WENT TO THE MOSCOW ARBY’S RESTAURANT ON THE PULLMAN ROAD AND ASKED FOR THE MANAGER. POLICE SAY LEE SHOT AND KILLED THE MANAGER, 47 YEAR OLD BELINDA NIEBUHR, WHEN SHE APPEARED.

          POLICE SAY LEE THEN LED THEM ON A HIGH SPEED CHASE THAT ENDED NORTH OF COLFAX WITH LEE CRASHING HIS VEHICLE ON ROUTE 195 AT ABOUT 3:20 P.M. LEE WAS TAKEN TO WHITMAN REGIONAL HOSPITAL AFTER HIS ARREST.

          MOSCOW POLICE THEN BEGAN INQUIRING INTO LEE’S ASSOCIATIONS, AND WENT TO THE HOME OF HIS ADOPTIVE MOTHER ON THE 400 BLOCK OF VEATCH STREET, WHO WAS FOUND DEAD OF GUNSHOT WOUNDS. THE DECEASED AT THAT LOCATION WAS 61 YEAR OLD TERRI GRZEBIELSKI.   GRZEBIELSKI WAS A PHYSICIAN’S ASSISTANT AT MOSCOW FAMILY MEDICINE AND VOCALIST FOR THE LOCAL BAND HENRY C. AND THE WILLARDS.


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            Special – Moscow School Board Meeting on Delays
            KRFP | August 18, 2014 | 10:13 pm | Audio, Special Event | No comments

            Half hour highlights from Moscow School Board meeting held at the Moscow High School Auditorium Aug. 18th, 2014 on Delaying the start of Moscow School District Classes until Mon., Sept 8th


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              Moscow Superload Meeting – uncut Pt. 2
              KRFP | January 21, 2014 | 7:45 pm | Audio, Special Event | 1 Comment

              ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15TH, 2014, THE CITY OF MOSCOW HOSTED A PUBLIC WORKSHOP WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF DUTCH HAULING COMPANY MAMMOET, THE IDAHO TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT, THE IDAHO STATE POLICE, LATAH COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT AND ELECTED OFFICIALS ON MAMMOET’S PLANS TO HAUL 1.6 MILLION POUND MEGALOADS THROUGH MOSCOW AND LATAH COUNTY STARTING LATER THIS MONTH. THE SUPERSIZED MEGALOADS MAY BE THE LARGEST INDUSTRIAL TRANSPORTS EVER ON INLAND NORTHWEST ROADWAYS. THE SIZE OF THE TRANSPORTS GREATLY EXCEEDS THE GIANT PIECES OF EXXON-MOBIL TAR SANDS EQUIPMENT MAMMOET HAULED THROUGH MOSCOW IN 2011 AND 2012, WHICH TOPPED OFF AT JUST ABOVE 400,000 POUNDS. THE LOADS, WHICH ARE HEADED TO THE CALUMET REFINERY IN GREAT FALLS WHICH PROCESSES TAR SANDS HEAVY CRUDE, ARE ALSO APPARENTLY GOING TO BE SETTING RECORDS FOR THE LONGEST AND WIDEST. THEY ARE 441 FEET LONG ,WHICH IS THE EQUIVALENT OF A 44 STORY BUILDING, AND 27 FEET WIDE, WHICH IS WIDER THAN TWO LANES.

              Participants:

              mayor bill lambert

              mammoet project manager chip kashel

              idaho transportation department district engineer doral hoff

              idaho transportation department information officer adam rush

              moscow police chief david duke

              city council member walter steed

              ” art bettge

              ” wayne krauss

              ” tom lamar

              ” jon weber

              moscow streets director tyler palmer

              idaho state police lietentant allen oswald

              dave reynolds of the moscow fire department

              latah county commissioner tom stroschein

              moscow public works director les macdonald

              Part 1 is here:


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                Moscow City Superload Meeting – uncut Pt. 1
                KRFP | January 20, 2014 | 11:39 pm | Audio, Special Event | 1 Comment

                ON WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15TH, 2014, THE CITY OF MOSCOW HOSTED A PUBLIC WORKSHOP WITH REPRESENTATIVES OF DUTCH HAULING COMPANY MAMMOET, THE IDAHO TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT, THE IDAHO STATE POLICE, LATAH COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT AND ELECTED OFFICIALS ON MAMMOET’S PLANS TO HAUL 1.6 MILLION POUND MEGALOADS THROUGH MOSCOW AND LATAH COUNTY STARTING LATER THIS MONTH. THE SUPERSIZED MEGALOADS MAY BE THE LARGEST INDUSTRIAL TRANSPORTS EVER ON INLAND NORTHWEST ROADWAYS. THE SIZE OF THE TRANSPORTS GREATLY EXCEEDS THE GIANT PIECES OF EXXON-MOBIL TAR SANDS EQUIPMENT MAMMOET HAULED THROUGH MOSCOW IN 2011 AND 2012, WHICH TOPPED OFF AT JUST ABOVE 400,000 POUNDS. THE LOADS, WHICH ARE HEADED TO THE CALUMET REFINERY IN GREAT FALLS WHICH PROCESSES TAR SANDS HEAVY CRUDE, ARE ALSO APPARENTLY GOING TO BE SETTING RECORDS FOR THE LONGEST AND WIDEST. THEY ARE 441 FEET LONG ,WHICH IS THE EQUIVALENT OF A 44 STORY BUILDING, AND 27 FEET WIDE, WHICH IS WIDER THAN TWO LANES.

                Participants:

                mayor bill lambert

                mammoet project manager chip kashel

                idaho transportation department district engineer doral hoff

                idaho transportation department information officer adam rush

                moscow police chief david duke

                city council member walter steed

                ” art bettge

                ” wayne krauss

                ” tom lamar

                jon weber

                moscow streets director tyler palmer

                idaho state police lietentant allen oswald

                dave reynolds of the moscow fire department

                latah county commissioner tom stroschein

                moscow public works director les macdonald

                Part 2 is here


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                  Tar Sands Blockade by Nez Perce Tribe Night 2 Highlights
                  KRFP | August 7, 2013 | 2:33 pm | Audio, Special Event | No comments

                  The Nez Perce Tribe blockaded the giant, 644,000 Pound Wastewater Evaporator traveling through their reservation for the second consecutive night.   Recorded by Radio Free Moscow Citizen Journalist Eric Martin and produced by Leigh Robartes (roe-BAR-tus) of Radio Free Moscow for Flashpoints.

                  The first women starts by referring to the 7 members of the Nez Perce Tribal Executive Committee who were the first to be arrested blockading the Tar Sands megaload the night before.


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                    Morning Mix – Nez Perce Tribe Blocks Megaload for 2 1/2 Hours
                    KRFP | August 6, 2013 | 12:55 pm | Audio, Special Event | No comments

                    SEVEN OUT OF THE EIGHT MEMBERS OF THE NEZ PERCE TRIBAL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE WERE ARRESTED EARLY THIS MORNING IN NORTHERN IDAHO AS THEY LED A HUMAN BLOCKADE AGAINST A GIANT PIECE OF OIL EXTRACTION EQUIPMENT BEING SHIPPED TO THE ALBERTA TAR SANDS. THE TRIBAL LEADERS AND ACTIVISTS STOOD AND SAT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE HIGHWAY FOR NEARLY TWO AND A HALF HOURS, SAYING THE OIL INDUSTRY AND THE IDAHO TRANSPORTATION DEPARTMENT ARE DEFYING A RULING BY A FEDERAL JUDGE EARLIER THIS YEAR AFFIRMING TRIBAL AND FOREST SERVICE AUTHORITY OVER MEGALOAD SHIPMENTS ON U.S. HIGHWAY 12.

                    Jim Roach brings us the story on Morning Mix:


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